Friday, February 3, 2023

Houselights: The Chrisley's tax scandal, Balenciaga controversy, Transgender Day of Remembrance

November 30, 2022
Micheala Hundersmarck, 31, of Grand Rapids, waves a Transgender and American flag during the Women’s March On Lansing 2020 Jan. 18, 2020, hosted by the Blue Brigade.
Micheala Hundersmarck, 31, of Grand Rapids, waves a Transgender and American flag during the Women’s March On Lansing 2020 Jan. 18, 2020, hosted by the Blue Brigade. —
Photo by Alyte Katilius | The State News

Host Liz Nass and culture reporter Jaden Beard discuss the Chrisley's tax evasion scandal and question, "Does wealth really matter in reality?" Nass and Beard talk more "Twitter Tea" about The 1975 band member Matty Healy's recent actions during concerts. Moving on, the two go in-depth and discuss Balenciaga's campaign ad controversy.

Nass and Beard then move on to movies and tv reviewing 'She Said' and 'Glass Onion.' Nass also mentions season three of the Netflix show 'Dead To Me.'

Finally, Nass introduces two culture desk articles starting with Beard's article on the Transgender Day of Awareness event on campus and its importance. Nass introduces environment and climate justice reporter Alex Walters' article on the MSU Surplus Store. Walters discusses students' opinions about sustainability.

This week on Houselights:

The "Houselights" team:

Podcast coordinator: Shakyra Mabone

Host(s): Liz Nass

Guest(s): Jaden Beard and Alex Walters

Edited by: Dina Kaur, Shakyra Mabone and Jada Vasser

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